The RNC is rapidly approaching insolvency, but they have been feckless, useless, and a slush fund for corporate Republicans for many years. The reality is that the RNC does not care about election fraud…does not care about promoting conservative principles…does not care about strengthening grassroots Republican efforts…and certainly doesn’t care about winning in general.
What they are good at is promoting their own incestuous interests and selected candidates who support what can only be described as the globalist approach to governance.
By the way; I am not suggesting that Ronna McDaniel is having an incestuous relationship with her uncle, Mitt Romney. I have no evidence that she is…or isn’t.
But I am suggesting that the RNC is irreparably broken and needs to be rebuilt from the ground up. That means from the smallest units of Republicans…the folks who are in the trenches trying to claw back some semblance of the rule of law in our elections. They are the ones who are not being funded, because their work is meaningless to the inside-the-beltway Republican elite.
After the failure of a “red wave” to materialize in the 2022 midterm elections and as the GOP looks to take back the White House, Republican Party members have criticized the lack of aid that both the 2020 alternate electors and grassroots have received as the RNC is experiencing financial trouble. Some are pointing to a lack of leadership from RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.
2018, 2020, 2022 — All massive failures on the part of the RNC, and Ronna McDaniel, as head of the RNC, is responsible. Why anyone would continue to support her is beyond me…except it isn’t. It is obvious, and the reason is that the people who keep her in power think she is doing a good job, which seems to be subsuming the Republican party in a sea of Democrat party initiatives and allowing the creation of true one-party rule in America, instead of just de facto.
Because how the hell do you justify this massive boondoggle and surrender to the budget-busting, welfare-loving Democrat platform?
On Wednesday night, the House passed the Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024 by a vote 357-70, which aims to boost the child tax credit, implement low-income housing credits and disaster relief, and give businesses an R&D tax break, among other things.
The bill won bipartisan support, with an endorsement from Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, who said in a Wednesday statement that it’s “important bipartisan legislation to revive conservative pro-growth tax reform.”
Sure…a multi-billion dollar expansion of the welfare state, but a few corporate Republican donors get some tax breaks! That is not a win-win for the American people…that is a huge loss. Print more money to pay for things we don’t need and that are actually bad for society! That’s the ticket!
And that word…that filthy word…”bipartisan.” If you see it in the description of the legislative process you can know with almost 100% accuracy that you are about to get f*cked. Most of us vote AGAINST Democrat party policies, so why would we want to support a blend of those policies and the policies of the corporatists who currently hold a tenuous sway over the Republican party?
When the RNC figures that out, maybe they will be closer to understanding why their fundraising has cratered and there is a growing clamor for McDaniel’s head on a platter. But rest assured, she will be around to oversee another catastrophic election in November of this year. Since she is actively working against the obvious Republican candidate and trying to undermine his grassroots support by starving them of funds, there is an excellent chance of a repeat of 2022.
And that is perfectly okay with the Republican party elites, whose idea of a successful election is a 20% increase in their defense industry stocks and enough cheap labor to keep those hedges manicured! Never mind that the typical American is being taxed into financial oblivion, pushed farther away from retirement because of government-caused inflation, and marginalized in favor of the most insane social engineering our country has ever faced. All tacitly or actively supported by the RNC!
I am no fan of Donald Trump, but I will enthusiastically support him and vote for him if he even hints at burning down the RNC…with McDaniel inside!